Published at Friday, 17 August 2018. Ottoman Table. By Christina Pitts.
So we headed out to Lowe's and we purchased three composite pres composite shelving boards and we also purchased one or two one by six studs to go around the sides. I decided to go with the three pieces of composite shelving as opposed to just a piece of plywood because the three pieces of pressed wood together came out to exactly the size that I wanted without having to be cut or altered in any way.
So we laid painters, tape and the size of the ottoman we thought we wanted. We laid that out on the floor and moved around it just to be certain that it wouldn't be too big and that it would also be big enough. The length of that original Ottoman was four feet and I knew that I liked that length because it pretty much covered the majority of the sofa. I initially thought I wanted a square-shaped ottoman, but this would have been too much in this small space.
And it was cheaper than the piece of plywood. My husband used his Kreg jig to connect the three pieces together and make sure that they were nice and sturdy and they would not flex at all. By doing this, we also purchased the legs and all the other hardware from loads. We decided on how far in we wanted the legs to go.
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